The National Center for Health Research conducts, analyzes, and explains the latest research and works with patients, consumers, and opinion leaders to use that information to improve their own health and to develop better programs, policies, and services.
- We conduct research that has the potential to improve health care.
- We translate research findings into free information and training that can be used to improve health and safety to individuals and communities nationwide.
- We work with the media to help get the word out to those who will most benefit from it.
- We educate policy makers, policy analysts, and opinion leaders through briefings, hearings, meetings, and written materials based on the information.
- We share our publications and information with other organizations, researchers, and advocates.
- We coordinate and strategize with them, working together to inform the public and be part of the public debate on policy issues.
- We use that information effectively to improve the health of adults and children.